Monday, November 26, 2012

Parkchester Chorus Presents Their 73rd Annual Christmas Concert

BRONX, NEW YORK, November 26- Parkchester Chorus, under the direction of Lorraine C. Nanko, with Thomas Cuffari, Accompanist, will present their 73rd Annual Christmas Concert, “Glad Tidings of Great Joy”, on Sunday, December 9th at 3 p.m. The program will also include selections from George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah”. The show will feature the talent of renowned local artists, Christian Aquino, Elizabeth Figols-Galagarza, Vivian Rose, and Joseph Zamplione in traditional solo selections as well as collaborative numbers. 
Bearing the distinct honor as Artists In Residence, the Chorus is proud to present this most festive performance at The First Presbyterian Church at Throggs Neck, located at 3051 East Tremont Avenue, with access for the disabled as well as a parking lot conveniently available at the entrance on Dudley Avenue. Free-Will Offering  graciously accepted.
Established in 1939, Parkchester Chorus is the longest-running community chorus in the Bronx, which is celebrated for singing a wide range of musical styles from classical to popular, from opera to musical theatre, as well as the great choral classics. Founded by a local group, Parkchester Chorus has grown to proudly boast members hailing from other boroughs in the City of New York, as well as Westchester County.
Parkchester Chorus is proud to be a member of the Bronx Council on The Arts. 
For further information regarding Parkchester Chorus, please visit the website at, or call 718-409-1051 and leave a message.
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